The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 14, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, November 14, 1964
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Saturday, Nov. 14,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRI&UNE PAGE 3 Beech Grove Club Attends Holiday Ice Revue Today Beech Grove 4-H club voted to attend the Holiday oh Ice Revue on Saturday November 14 for their completion .party when they met. Wednesday at the 4-H and Community building. The girls met at the courthouse at 11:15 t today to make the trip and following the Revue the group will eat dinner in Indianapolis before returning to Tipton. Installation of officers and initiation for > new members was conducted by assistant leader, Mrs. Harold McClellan. New members initiated were Rebecca Baxter and Malissa' Salsbery. Officers installed were president, Diie McNew; vice president, Julianna Ripberger; secretary, Ingrid Ray; treasurer, Genny Baxter; news correspondent, Tamera McCord; health and safety leaders, Sheila Off and Marcia Shadday; devotions, liosemary McNew; song leader, Rebecca Baxter, and recreation, Malissa Salsbery. Members answered roll call read by Ingrid Ray telling birth date. Pledges to the American and 4-H flag were led by Rebecca Baxter and Genny Lou Baxter respectively. Minutes of •the previous meeting were read by Julianna Ripberjger. , Sheila Off, health leader read an article "Your Good Health." Safety leader, Marcia Shadday rean an article on ""Poison." Devotions "In Flanders Field" was given by Rosemary McNew. The girls voted to take gifts to the County Home and sing carols for their community project on December 9. This will preceed their Christmas party which will be at the home of Tamera McCord, route 2. The girls will meet at the courthouse at 6 p. m., to go to the County home then they will go to Tamera's house for their party at 7 p.m. ' t Refreshments were served by the adult leader Mrs. Richard Rogers assisted by Mrs. : Bernard Ripberger to Sheila Off, Marcia Shadday, Genny Lou Baxter, Dixie McNew, Rebecca Baxter, Marsha Jones, R o s e- Mary McNew, Tamera McCord, Malissa Salsbery, Ingrid -Ray and Julianna Ripberger. Miss Simmonds Entertains Circle At Luncheon Miss Oma Simmonds entertained for Circle V of West Street Christian 'church at a luncheon on Wednesday Novem^ ber 11. Mrs. Nedra Watson was assisting hostess. Mrs. Lora Bozell presided over the business meeting at which reports were given. De- : votibns were given by Mrs. Ivan Presler using as her subject "Free Our Captives." Mrs/ Bozell presented the lesson telling of the experiences of San Chez a Cuban family fleeing to Miami, iFla., who are now settled in Michigan. Mrs. "Marion Henderson read an article, "In Search of Freedom" Jelling of seven men fleeing jtrom Cuba of w h i c h : orily onb lived to tell the story. Mrs. ! Henderson, also stated that 100,069 Cuban refugees have came to Miami and are being cared for and resettled under the supervision of t h e Church World Service while 10,000 of these are being cared for by Disciples of Christ. Hostesses announced for a next meeting were Mrs. Nellie Harvey and Mrs..Ivan Presler.. DOUBLE DOZEN CLUB, Double Dozen Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ivan "Presler, 1014 North Main street on Tues- ay at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. ; 'Clyde Overly will be co-hostess. The lesson will be presented by Mrs. Foy O. Rayl. Officers will be installed also. Mrs. Hawley Honored at Shower Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. Robert Hawley was honored guest at a baby show| er recently '"iri/thehoriie of Mrs. ! David Harbaugh;. Mrs, Michael ! Coppess . was assisting' hostess. I A cloth designed with. shower motifs covered the gift table. Contests were won by Mrs Forest Wise, Mrs. Robert Hawley and Miss Judy, Hawley. Pink and blue nut cups were deqorated as baskets with miniature booties, bottles, rattles and cradles on the handles and placed on doilies. Pink punch and sheet cakes with bootie motifs on each slice were served. Guests were Mesdames Chaf- les Carlisle, Forest Wise, Leo Wise, Victor Karbaugh, Floyd Hawley, Lloyd Grinstead, Michael Coppess, Ralph Nance, Don Bouse, 'Misses Judy Hawley, L inda Hawley, Jill Harbaugh and Mary Beth Bouse. Several persons unable to attend sent gifts. Mrs. Fearnow Hosts All Day Meeting of Club Mrs. Eugene Kirby Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers club was entertained Wednesday at an all day meeting in the home of'Mrs. Emil Fearnow, near Scircleville. "A covered dish dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. The afternoon business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Truman ' Smith, president. Mrs. Nell Waggoner - gave the thought for the day, "We give The thanks, O Lord, for our friends , home, loved ones, country and health." The songs, "Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow" and "Let the Lower Lights be burning," were sung by the group. The flag pledges were led by Mrs. Opal Cox. Mrs. Clayton Jones led devotions reading articles, "A Thought for the Day," "Recipe for a Happy Home," "The Ten Commandments of Human Relations," "It's Up to You," "There are Eight Requisites for Contented Living" and "It Does.Not Say Me." All were selections from the Bread of Life. The Lord's prayer was repeated by the group. . Members responded to roll call by naming their favorite Thanksgiving food. Mrs. Roscoe Stewart was welcomed into the club as a new member. The birthday song was sung to Mrs. Fearnow. . Toys for Riley hospital were collected to be used for Christmas. During the social part of the afternoon, games were played and each member won a prize. Mrs. Eugene Bonecutter received the door prize. Present were Mesdames iEu- gene Bonecutter, Truman Smith, Fern Price, Nelle Waggoner,' Clayton Jones, Eva Johnson, Ethel Terhune, Robert Oliver, June Goodnight, Bessie Ploughe, Sadie King, Opal Cox and hostess and guests Leona Stewart, Lucille Kinsier<and daughter, Rita and grandson, Curt, Vivian Fearnow, Betty Brothers and son. The December meeting will ibe a covered-dish luncheon at Sheridan- Community house. Mystery pals will be revealed and there, will be a gift exchange. Jo Ann Meyer Tapped For Honorary at University Miss Jo Ann Meyer, daughter of Mrs. Inez Meyer, 310 West Adams street, "was recently tapped for Angel Flight, a women's honorary at University of Cincinnati. Angel Flight sponsors the~"Hap Arnold Air society of the Air Force ROTC. Miss Meyer, a 1963 graduate of Tipton high school, is a sophomore in the, College of Nursing and Health at the university:. WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? tee ytmr mind. CMWI/MHW nIM whk$p*lal womoir 'i MMIWM Don** 4md thoM yeaw of ml*, tionally cMiMd Umtit dictrm. wry, of iuddtn hot flushei, In doctors'teita woman after wAtaa «t waakneu, irritability, woman found that Pinkham 'i : If you art going through tha Compound «*ava dramatis hair ehanM,^ don 't despair, Do a» without cqitly ihota. Irritabrf fcmnttaut&ouaandiofwomanao > fty is soothed, hot fiMlW «£. ' ' Roman'snadi- j sided. -So dou 't sit -and brood ,^k^I ^SSW €SSlaB.'V^r * and fail unable U help your, table Compound—deralov«d by salf. You can feel better. Gal » woman-specially it kelp ' Lydia 1. P*nkham Ve*etaV» women bjr MUaYiag-Mch funo- i Compound today.' |ka raaWe awrffche ws* <*•««* mm* LYDIA £. PINKH/M Sgt. Robert Zell To Speak At November Meeting The. speaker atfhe November 18 Civic Participation meeting of the Business and Professional Women's club at 6:30 p. m. at Tom's cafeteria will be Indiana : State .Police Sgt. Robert N. Zell. A veteran of 15 years service with the State Police, he is director of safety education activities in the Pendleton district.. Sergeant Zell, a native of Kokomo, graduated from high school at Logansport. He attended Buter University a t Indianapolis. He is also a Ma< rine veteran of W. W .IL He joined the State Police in August, 1948, as a radioman. In August, 1951, he was appointed trooper at Pendleton district headquarters. In October, 1960, he was advanced to the rank of corporal and in December, 1960, to sergeant. Sergeant Zell will present a new film, with Hollywood top stars, David Wayne and 'Phyllis Avery, in "An Anatomy of An Accident." East Union CWF Has November Meeting Tuesday Mrs. George Overdorf The Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church met Tuesday afternoon at the church for their group meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Nathan Sweet and Mrs. Lora Burton. The meeting was conducted by M^s. John Samuels. Prayer was i by - Mrs. Lee Egler. Mrs.' Samuels read some thoughts on 'Remember." Mrs. James Shockney called the roll which was responded to by 17 members quoting scripture verses. The secretary's report was read and approved. M r s;. Claude Long was reported ill;"; Members were reminded '^of the work day on November 24. The lesson was presented "by Mrs. Radford Dunning and Mrs. Ralph Cline on the story of Jose Sanchez, a Cuban refugee, who came to the United States, leaving this family behind. They told how he was helped by the churches and government organizations. . A genera] discussion followed. There are more Cubans in downtown Miami, Fla. than there are Americans, including the clerks. Devotions were led by Mrs. Earl Spurgeon. She read scripture from Psalm 91 and Matthew 28. After her meditation, she closed with prayer. An offering was received. The meeting closed with the missionary benediction prayed in unison. Refreshments were served and "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Dunning. Present were .Mesdames John Samuels, Ralph Cline, Radford Dunning, Earl Spurgeon and daughter, Nathan Sweet, James Shockney, Ralph Basey, Mont McKay, Lee Eg-, ler, Herman Lewis, Phil Thompson, George Overdorf, Jack Stewart, Leo Egler, Norris Partlow, Myrtle Thompson and Lora Burton. PHI SETA PSI Phi. Beta Psi sorority will meet in the social room of Farmers Loan and Trust company on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Turner Entertains Circle On Wednesday Circle m of Christian Women's Fellowship of W e s t, Street Christian church, met atj the home of Mrs. Wanda Turner on Wednesday evening, with! 15 members present. President,] Mrs. Turner, opened the meeting with a prayer. The secretary-treasurer's re port was read and Mrs. Carl Graf reported on things she had learned at a recent execu tive meeting. She reported also on the Kempton meeting for Christian women held recently and stated that anyone wishing to subscrbe to the World Call, should do so by December 20. A rummage sale is to be November 20 and 21 and mem bers are asked to bring winter j clothing for this sale. January 27 has been set for the father and son banquetat thee hurch and workers will be needed for this. Also volunteers were requested to help make stoles for the Junior choir. The book count was taken by Mrs. La Verne Lord who also brought a new selection of books for reading by the members. Devotions were given b y Mrs. Vivian Utterback who read rom Matthew and the fourth chapter of Luke. She emphasized that we may b e captives of worldly things or we may rid ourselves of the intolerable burden of hate, selfishness and other undesirable qualities, if we will only become better Christians and captives of God who has centered his holy qualities in Christ. Vickie Turner, daughter of the president, sang a song in Spanish as the introduction of the lesson which was given by Miss Ethel Daum who spoke on Puerta Rica and Cuba. Puerta Rica, is especially a commonwealth of people filled with, vitality. There are over 600,000 Puerto Ricans in New York and the industrial centers, according to the 1960 cenusus. .Puerta Rica will be host to the next International convention in about a year and Miss Daum said it would be well worthy anyone's time and money to attend. She has visited there, and knows of the people and their ways. Miss Daum told of an employed Puerto Rican in N e w York, that was so trustworthy and diligent, that his boss asked him to send for his cousin, who was said to be the same type. This relative came alone, leaving his wife and family, and lived with a pastor and his family ' until he could get a place to live and send for his folks, to join him. There are seven churches for these people in the Bronx with 400 being the membership of the largest' Their world is still full ot problems such as food, language and daily living conditions, including parent-teacher problems even as the rest of us. Miss Daum told of Jose Sanchez who left his country and came to 'America in a fishing boat, because he wanted to better himself here. These Puerta Ricans come here for the work they can obtain, the Cubans do likewise. Here they have a better standard of living, more freedom and most of them become very good citizens. Miss Daum closed the meeting with the Doxology in Cuban, then in English. Refreshments were served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. National Raisin Bread Month November California Raisin Advisory Board Photo Bakery raisin bread — abundant with California raisins.— is a choice ingredient in this fragrant pudding designed for National Raisin Bread Month. Bakers all over the country observe this event by' offering raisin bread daily', during November. Raisin bread is incomparable for morning toast — delicious when French toasted — adds pleasant variety to luncheon sandwiches — and even makes a marvellous stuffing in a holiday turkey. CELEBRATION RAISIN BREAD PUDDING 4 slices raisin bread 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs Vi teaspoon salt '/ 3 cup sugar 2 tablespoons butter 'A teaspoon cinnamon V/ z cups hot milk Toast raisin bread, then cut into % inch cubes (about 2 cups). Divide evenly among 4. or 5 baking cups. Beat together 1 whole sgg and 1 egg yolk, U cup sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and salt. Melt butter in hot milk; slowly beat into egg mixture. Fill cups with :ustard; set in shallow pan ftlled with l-inch hot water. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 35 to 40. minutes. Beat remaining egg white 1 to soft peaks. Slowly beat in remaining sugar, to make stiff meringue. Spoon onto top of each pudding. Return to Dven and continue baking about 10 minutes longer. Cool befors rving. Top with tart red jelly, if desired. Makes 4 or 5 servings. Mrs. Ross Rose Hostess for Club Prairie Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Ross Rose, route 1 Sharpsville for their November meeting. Mrs. Marvin Dickover was assisting hostess. Mrs. Darrell Stoops, president opened the meeting by reading a poem. The song of the month was led by Mrs. Arthur Horn and devotions were given by Mrs. Maude Quakenbush, who read from Psalms 118. Mrs. George J. Harper installed the new officers for the coming year.' Mrs. Dickover and Mrs. Hazel West presented the lesson on "Room Arrangements verus iLghting." The door prize was received by Mrs. Carl Rayl. i The December 1 meeting will be the club's Christmas dinner at Frankfort at 12 noon, with' a gift exchange. Refreshments were served by the hostesses t o Mesdames Clarence- Adams, George J. Harper, Arthur Horn, Clarence Lindley, Opal Nash, L a v o n Orr, Ralph Pumphrey, I n a Pumphrey, Maude Quakenbush, Carl Rayl, Ross Rose, Lora VanBibber, Hazel West and Quentin Orr. AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS The American War Mothers will meet at the American Legion home on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. • • " . HELPING HAND CLUB Helping Hand Home Demonstration club will meet on Tuesday at 1:30 .p. m., in the home of Mrs. Lewis Wendt, route 1.- EMBROIDERY CLUB Mrs. Lillian Arkenau, 4 0 9 North Conde street will entertain members of the Embroidery club on Thursday at 2:30 p. m. H AND H CLUB • Members of the H and H club will meet on 'Friday at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. J Ross Broyles, Sharpsville. I cjCibrary rioted By Wanete I. Collins •A modern jet can pick you up and within a few hours set you down in the center -qfkn­ ottier country. In a similar way good books can pick you up and within minutes' set you down in the heart of another person. The days spent traveling Teave wonderful memories. So, too, the hours spent in living and feeling as someone else may igve" a reader memories that. become a lasting part of his own life. • Some librarians and some reviewers of children's books feel that stories should only ,deal with situations and backgrounds that'are. familiar, to the individual; readers. 'Miss Dorothy Brodeirick, speaker at a recent library, conference, urged librarians to push the books that will give boys and girls vicarious experiences. She also urged them to accept the new books that deal realistically with juvenile and adolescent relations with their parents and. other alult associates. Books that .portray life as full of sweetness and light do nothing to prepare young people to meet the problems that all of them must face as they mature. Ask the Tipton Children's Librarian to suggest some of the better books for your sons and daughters to read, some that are worthwhile and not filled with perfect romances and winning ballgames. New Uris Novel The author of "Battle Cry," Exodus' 'and "Mila 18" has written another real life novel. "Armageddon" is the story of the origin of the cold war in strife-torn postwar Germany. It tells of the incredible struggle for eBrlin from its capture by the Russians in 1945,' through the years of Four Power Occupation, to the airlift- one of the most heroic episodes in American history. Sean O'Sullivan, a young American officer who has lost two brothers in the war, is made Military Governor of a • German town. Early in the occupation, he faces a personal crisis. He must decide whether or not to save a condemned.Nazi from death, in the face of his own hatred of all things German, and of the whole world's indignation over • Nazi atrocities, i "Armageddon' 'is- the story of how a thin line of American and British soldiers on-the European continent held back a mighty Red tide, of how Berlin became the most important place on the face of the earth. The portrayal of the airlift- tells of the beginning of America's new attitude, toward world responsibilities and .of the invincibility of free men when they ! stand defiant. You may borrow this new novel from- the.-Tjjntcji ^County - ' 5 '•'• Iibrary^^fer .^a]: '.weeks'^period, as- it,' riih| W &c V600 pages?. ." . Weekend Travel, '.^J. Got the weekend wanderlust? You can get ideas about wfigre to go and what to see .akmg the way, from books and pamphlets at your Tipton County Public Library. A fall, weekend .escursion to points of interest in t h i s immediate area or throughout the state can be~fun for the whole family. So g -e t weekend ^travel tips from your library, and .take along a book to read in the evening after it is too dark and you. may be too tired to sightsee. Club Calendar MONDAY May-Ri-Kan Salon 648 — 6:30 p.m., Howard Johnson restaurant, Kokomq. Rachel Circle—7:30' p.m., Mrs. Richard Harrison, 331 . Green street. r \ Westminister Circle—7:45 p:m'., Mrs. Nina Young, 304 Green street. ~ Rebecca Circle—7:30 p.m.', Mrs. James Feather, 1 ft2"5 North Main street. •—„ Circle II — 7:30 p.m., M rt. Clarence Law, 140 Dearhaai street. . -~ TUESDAY Helping Hand' club—1:30 p. TO*, Mrs. Lewis Wendt, route T;'. American War Mothers—7:30 p. New Hope Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, Atlanta. Double Dozen tlub—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ivan Presler, 1014 North Main street. m., American Legion home. Phi Beta Psi sorority—7:30 p. m., social room, Farmers Loan and Trust company. WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club — 6 p. nr., Goldsmith church. Business and Professional club —6:30 p.m., Tom's Cafeteria. THURSDAY Embroidery club — 2:30 pirn., Mrs. Lililan Arkenau, 409 North Conde street. FRIDAY H and H club—Mrs. Ross Brby- les, Sharpsville. Kemp Methodist M.Y:F. paper drive, Saturday beginning 10:00 a.m. Anyone' wishing to contribute call OS 5-4677. C37 Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday-. Friday ti^I 8:00 p.m. . "* C-*f BLUEPRINT FOR , VISITS PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Prewitt and children Lori Ann and Jimmy spent the weekend with Mrs. Prewitt's parents Mr. and Mrs.. Malcolm Porter, South Main street. On Sunday a family dinner was given in honor of the birthdays of Mrs . Prewitt; and Lori Ann which were on November 7. Mrs. Prewitt has a leg injur/ which is in a cast. Mrs. O. S. Gibbs Hostess For Demonstration Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby. Mrs. O. S. Gibbs' entertained recently for! a demonstration party. Contests and demonstrations were in charge of Mrs. Mayrne Dakota. The afternoon was spent playing Stano and everyone present received gifts. Special prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ruby Winslow and Mrs. Guyla Kirby. Refreshments were served at the close of the party to Mesdames Lucy Kirby, Norris Partlow, Ruby Winslow, Donald Cass,Cora* Watson, Ann Cox, Vera Gibbs, Jane Beard, Betty Coffman, Lois Cardwell, Frances Dorsam, Melba Stahl, Mina Stanfield, Anna Johnson, Guyla Kirby, Naomi Rippy, Mary King and Miss Alice Gibbs. FUNERAL HOME OSWM S-2415 Tipton You have the BLUEPRINT for HAPPINESS ,' . . now all you need is a systematic system of SAVING . . . to make that BLUEPRINT transform into an actual HOME of YOUR DREAMS! •- ; * * * OR... stop in and talk to our people—QUALIFIED to advise you in regard to a LOAN for remodeling! 270 "HIGHEST IN THE AREA" DIVIDEND ON SAVINGS Tipton Building & Loan Ass'n V . 1 ' TIPTON, IND. COURT STREET

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